Git Commit Message Convention Back
An extension based on kazupon/git-commit-message-convention, which is actually an extension edition from angular style. This document mainly aims to give out a convention of git commit messages of mine and help reuse by others. Why is a convention required? Because it should result in a more elegant history, which the future contributors can trace back one day.
All Commit Messages MUST be formatted like this:
<Type>[(<Scope>)]: <Subject> [#<Issue>] [!<MR/PR>] [<BLANK LINE>] [<Message Body>]
- Type: mainly used to describe what kind of your message is around this commit.
|feature||for new feature implementing commits|
|fix||for bug fix commits|
|improvement||for backwards-compatible enhancement commits|
|breaking||for backwards-incompatible enhancement commits|
|refactor||for refactoring commits|
|docs/doc||for documentation commits|
|examples||for examples commits|
|test||for testing commits|
|lint||for linting commits|
|typo||for typo fixing|
|dependency||for dependencies commits like upgrading or eliminating|
|build||for packaging or bundling commits|
|release||for publishing commits (tag here in most cases)|
|wip||for work in progress commits (deprecated to avoid conflicts)|
|revert||for reverting commits|
|chore||for any other commits without specified type|
- Scope: mainly used to describe which parts you have modified, similar to namespaces. For instance,
login/Confirmboxcan be a scope standing for the
ConfirmBoxcomponent in the login module.
- Subject: a laconic subject to describe what your code has done.
- DO NOT capitalize the first letter.
- DO NOT add trailing dot (
.) at the end.
- Issue: identification of issues related to commits, like GitHub Issue ID or JIRA Issue ID.
- MR/PR: identification of merge requests, or pull requests, related to commits.
- Message Body: a more detailed description after a subject.
In addition, we can use some helpful tools to lint our commit messages before committing or even integrate with CI to handle unconventional commit messages. husky is one of my choices for registering git hooks so that we can lint messages before committing. In addition, commitlint is one of the best tools for checking messages with the format above.
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